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Biden’s Supply Chain Intentions Depend on Cybersecurity

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In recent years, the United States’ supply chain network has faced an onslaught of cyberattacks. The attacks have left the global superpower a shaking nation with a whole portfolio of challenges, risks, and vulnerabilities exposed to the masses.
To address this problem and mitigate future risks, Biden signed an Executive Order aptly titled “America’s Supply Chains”, in February 2021. 

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